Three Curtin Hamersley Comets members were selected to represent the WA All Stars Mixed team versus West Coast Fever in a much anticipated contest on Wednesday 15 July at the Perth Arena.
Former West Coast Fever and former Curtin Hamersley Comets player Tracey Swami was appointed Assistant Coach, Comets open player and young underage Australian identified shooter Sloan Burton carried herself well on court wearing the Goal Attack bib and Comets Men's highly athletic versatile defender / shooter Dravyn Lee-Tauroa took on the challenge to compete in the air against the mighty 1.98cm Jamaican import shooter Jhaniele Fowler - this was truly a fantastic battle between these two amazing athletes. This game was valuable for West Coast Fever's team preparation for the start of the SSN season; after a very prolonged pre-season due to COVID-19. West Coast Fever took the opportunity to hone their skills and implement the new 2 point rule and rolling subs.
Both teams fought hard with tremendous contests all over the court; the final score WA All Stars 60 / West Coast Fever 59.